Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 62: Love In A Box Part 2

Katherine finally relented to Alexand’s charm. (See Love In A Box Part 1) The morning after, Alex is asleep, and Katherine lies, wondering about their future. Note: Katherine was injected with a virus, by Helga Ritter, to silence her (See Amanojuko Part 3) after discovering a government induced plague, was genetically engineered and that some members of the establishment are attempting to live forever. As a result of being injected with “plague” Katherine is dying. CLICK HERE for next chronological story.

Saskatoon Military base, India. Katherine De Somme and Alexand Merek (3988)

54 thoughts on “Unbound Boxes Limping Gods: Disconnected Stories. Issue # 62: Love In A Box Part 2

    1. As always Jon, it means a great deal to me when you comment. I’m one of those people who is blind to the impact of my own stories and really appreciate feedback. You switch a light on in my otherwise murky mind so I know I’m not mumbling at the walls. Thank you.

      1. You are far from ‘mumbling at the walls’ but even if you were the walls would come tumbling down in glittering dust like stars…

      1. Two steampunk stories, “A Worm Is A Bird And Other Bad Things,” and “Corset Wings,” which is also going to be printed in an anthology early next year. (Very excited..) 😀

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    1. Hi Cookie, you have a very interesting story, I love the legacy you received from your grandmother, who also sounded like a very interesting woman. Good to meet you and I’m glad you found your way here. You’re very welcome. Cheryl

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